Can I just get back to a post earlier Sneap suggested mixing with a sub.... How does: 1. This equate to listening to a mix back on 4" cones yet still hearing the depth.. is this a mystery magic thing that suggests that I just buy a sub and not ask how it works -it just does, and I hate it being like that I like to know how stuff works, otherwise I just quit this and become a drummer. 2. I thought much of sub stuff, ie 60hz maybe less equates to bullshit to our ears and is best avoided. 3. I also thought a lot of bass was in the mids 200hz for example, yet many suggest I cut these frequencies, dont get me wrong I like it but as the orignal poster suggests, you go and reference a mix and.. its not the same, if anything I tent to find my mixes are WAY bass heavy -this is of course not that it is bass heavy, its just they mix the bass in better - pro mixes still have a lot of bass. ps.. I know 3 relates to another thread i did but it sorta cropped up here with the sub stuff, and cutting out 200-500hz areas can help, I just trying to work out what BASS really is in a pro mix.